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work to make that change that occurred in january. all right, thank you. confirmation hearings for the supreme court nominee judge neil gorsuch started on monday. the senate judiciary committee hearings continue live today with the judge answering questions from the committee. see it live at 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3. thursday, the u.s. house votes on the republican health care replacement plan. we will let live coverage of the debate and the vote starting at 9:00 a.m. eastern. you can also see that on c-span.org and listen to the debate on the c-span radio app.
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road.'s voices from the we recently visited 17 historically black colleges and universities, asking students what issue they would like congress or the up and missed ration to address in the first 100 days. in the first 100 days, i would like congress and trump to battle mental health, and bring awareness and allow better health care for underserved populations to receive mental health counseling. jr. studyingm a communications. my question for president trump would be, one thing i want him to consider, it it would be the flint crisis in michigan. led in the water is unacceptable and it has been going on for so long. and for the president to have made so many executive decisions anytime he has been president, i
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think flint, michigan and that crisis in our country should be one of the top things he could use his executive position for. senior i majored in communications and my question to president trump is -- while you have put out the immigration do to bringll you more unity? because there is a lot of chaos going on in the world. what will you do to fix it? >> hello, my name is nicholas and i am a senior. one of the main issues i would love to see the president take on is relationships between and foreign cultures specialyou create a relationship between those in charge. >> hello, my name is sarah at
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morgan state university and what i would want war than anything from congress is money for education. from west baltimore and there's a lot of crime and violence and not a lot of education. and 1000 teachers were just laid off. as a future teacher, i would like to see more money being spent on education, especially for the children of color. >> voices from the road on c-span. >> announcer: announcer: live today on c-span, "washington journal" is next. billon, members take up a dealing with health insurance and antitrust laws and another regarding small businesses and health insurance. in an hour, texas representative jodey arrington on the future of health care, the 2018 budget proposal, and monday's hearing
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on russian interference in the 2016 election. 8:30, more about the budget proposal and the affordable care act with illinois representative robin kelly. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2017] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] and --he judiciary committee and after the first day of opening statements, members of the committee. you can see the testimony that takes place at 9:30 this morning and watch for it on c-span 3. president trump wellhead to capitol hill to build support from republicans that are on the fence about the republican health care plan after they introduced new changes to help gain support. in the first hour this morning, we are devoted to your calls and

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